December 15, 2010 by staff 

Wassail, The City of Frisco will spread the joy of the holiday with a winter landscape of Colorado-style at its annual Wassail, 3-12 December, 2010. Visitors can participate in festivities such as drinking Wassail, singing, sleigh rides, breakfast with Santa and other Christmas traditions in the former. Wassail days in Frisco are the perfect place for a family day or a weekend vacation in the mountains.

This year, Frisco is to make the holiday experience even more meaningful with Caroling for a Cause, an attempt to bring together the largest group of singers in Colorado and to raise the funds necessary for flight for life. Frisco demand singers gather to sing traditional holiday carols and bring each and 5 to make a donation to Flight for Life. Flight for Life relies almost exclusively on donations to fund its operations. Christmas carols for a Cause will take place on Main Street, 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. on December 11, 2010, during the last day of week Wassail Days celebration.

Wassail days would not be complete without the annual competition Wassail. Participating retailers along Main Street will host holiday shopping cups steamed home Wassail, a delicious mix of cider and spices. At the end of the day, customers can vote for their favorite recipe Wassail and enter to win a summer getaway, complete with lodging in Frisco and tickets for the 18th Annual Colorado Barbecue Challenge held on Frisco’s Main Street in June

Wassail is a centuries-old tradition – Holiday. “Be in good health and wealth” simply a desire there are many traditions Wassail worldwide, but in the town of Frisco, Days Wassail is a family holiday the former in a charming mountain town. It is a time for people to slow down and reflect on the season and share good times and good humor.

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